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Female ROTC Cadets among Peers
12 Sep 2013
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Danielle Pousette is a portrait photographer in Kentucky and previously an officer in the US Army Reserve. Upon reflection she began to contemplate her time in the military particularly as a cadet during college ROTC. The years spent training to acquire military skills and earn a degree are vivid memories. Danielle felt it was important to keep telling the story of women who are pursuing military careers and showing what training among their peers looks like from the inside out. The work would reflect the strength and determination of female cadets and the various leadership roles they fulfill. The Kentucky Foundation for Women has helped to provide grant money in order to facilitate these photographs. To see more of Danielle's work, visit her website or follow her on Facebook.

The artist or arts organization telling this story was supported in part by a grant from the Kentucky Foundation for Women. KFW is based on the belief that when women and girls advance, so does Kentucky. For more information about the foundation and the social change artmaking being done by the individuals and organizations it supports, visit www.kfw.org." 
Art Documentary Photography Community Cross-Cultural Empowerment Gender Rural-Urban Women Project/Initiative Southeast Photographer Army Female_Cadets Military ROTC
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